Today, Los Angeles artist/producer Elohim has debuted single “Panic Attacks,” a bold new preview of her forthcoming album. The track is a vocal and writing collaboration with Yoshi Flower, whose debut track “Movies” premiered this week with The FADER. He will also join Elohim as direct support on her N. American headline tour.
Listen to “Panic Attacks” everywhere now here as well as on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist today.
Elohim has also announced the release date of her self-titled debut album, which is set for April 27 via BMG. See the official album artwork below and pre-order now here.
This week, Elohim also kicked off a Spring U.S. headline tour and will follow that with a direct support slot with The Glitch Mob on their N. American tour kicking off May 11. She will also play a string of major festival dates including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Buku Music + Art Project. See full date listing below. Tickets here.
Mar 9 // Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
Mar 10 // New Orleans, LA @ Buku Music + Art Project
Mar 22 // Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
Mar 23 // Philadelphia, PA @ Coda
Mar 24 // Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
Mar 28 // Montreal, QC @ Petit Campus
Mar 29 // Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
Mar 30 // Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
Mar 31 // Urbana, IL @ Canopy Club
Apr 4 // Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Apr 5 // Sun Peaks, BC @ Snowbombing
Apr 7 // San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Apr 13-15 // Indio, CA @ Coachella
Apr 20-22 // Indio, CA @ Coachella
Apr 27 // Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda Theatre
May 11 // Edmonton, AB @ Union Hall ^
May 12 // Calgary, AB @ Marquee Beer Market & Stage ^
May 14 // Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom ^
May 15 // Spokane, WA @ The Knitting Factory ^
May 16 // Missoula, MT @ The Wilma ^
May 18 // Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo ^
May 20 // Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater ^
May 23 // Garden City, ID @ Revolution Center ^
May 24 // Reno, NV @ Cargo ^
May 26 // San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park ^
May 27 // Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl ^
May 31 // Boston, MA @ House of Blues ^
Jun 2 // Washington, DC @ 930 Club ^
Jun 7-10 // Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
Jun 10 // Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live ^
Jun 13 // New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theater ^
Jun 14 // Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall ^
Jun 15 // Austin, TX @ Emo’s ^
Jun 16 // Dallas, TX @ House of Blues ^
Jun 19 // Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room ^
Jun 20 // Columbus, OH @ Express Live! ^
Jun 21 // Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE ^
Jun 21-24 // Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest
Jun 28 // Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks ^
Jun 28 – Jul 1 // Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest
^ w/The Glitch Mob
“Panic Attacks” follows early 2018 single “Fuck Your Money,” which was released alongside an enthralling official video sparking Noisey to call it “a dose of positivity in a chaotic world.” The track followed a whirlwind
On the live side, 2017 saw Elohim captivate crowds including a NYC headline which AXS praised here, a mesmerizing LA headline @ The Hammer Museum which LA Weekly previewed here, and major festival plays including sets at Coachella, Middlelands, Lightning in a Bottle,Firefly, Lollapalooza, and CRSSD. She also joined Australian artist Alison Wonderland as direct support on her Fall 2017 U.S. tour.
An artist whose striking visuals run seamlessly alongside the music, Elohim released another Megan Park-directed video for “Skinny Legs” here, the same director behind the stunning visual for Elohim’s 2016 single “Hallucinating.” Keeping fans on their toes, 2017 also saw Elohim surprise-release track“Eclipse,” fittingly titled and released on the date of the N. American solar eclipse, as well as trading covers with Passion Pit (“All That Gold” here / “Hideaway” here).
A classically-trained pianist, Elohim first debuted in 2015 with singles “She Talks Too Much” and “Xanax,” and later followed with the exuberant “Bridge and the Wall” and elegantly emotive “Pigments,” which was released alongside a NERDIST–approved interactive
Elohim has also forged notable rap/hip-hop collaborations, dropping tracks with former Odd Futuremember Casey Veggies on track “All That Gold” (of which she remixed herself) and a Darnell Williamssingle alongside Denzel Curry.
Be on the lookout for more new music coming soon and info on Elohim’s debut album due out April 27.
Elohim (pre-order, released April 27) [BMG]
“Hallucinating / Hallucinating (Mariachi Version)” 7″ [B3SCI]
Elohim EP [B3SCI]
“Bridge and the Wall / Pigments” 12″ [B3SCI]
“She Talks Too Much / Xanax” 12″ [B3SCI]